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Osang: Don’t treat us like Kris Aquino



Rosanna Roces

This controversial star would rather not hog headlines. Rosanna Roces, who figured in an altercation with son Onyok, turned to Facebook to vent. She asked the press to spare her and her son, “who is not a show biz personality.” She pleaded: “Please don’t use our family squabble to divert the public’s attention from serious issues that are killing all of us (like): Corruption in government. Don’t treat us like Kris Aquino. A mother and son’s problem is not the nation’s problem.” She, however, granted an interview with Cristy Fermin on the TV5 chismis show, “Ang Latest.” Bandera


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  • hkzombie1

    Rosanna, poor breeding. Kris, dysfunctional.



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